Lorena.Connelly7 answered on March 19th 20 at 09:26
Use dd. Make an image root partition and put it on a larger partition, then make the resize FS.
Why not resignate and move the partitions using GParted?
Gerald.McGly answered on March 19th 20 at 09:28
exclude /dev /lost+found /proc /run
plus look at the output of the df command and eliminate all the extra mount.
as an option to boot from the live CD. it your root is used, the excess is not mounted. it is mounted and the partition where you want to copy. rinkausi the root amplitude.
also in the live-SD edit fstab, and after chrootишься the new root and "restore" gross out - he will register correctly boot from the new partition. (Googly - informations much).